Daily Task Organizer

Do you ever have days where you feel like you are just floating through the day? Randomly doing this or that, with multiple projects started and nothing completed? What if you could be more focused and get more done in less time? Using the Daily Task Organizer can help you do just that!

Use the free printable Daily Task Organizer to help you be more focused & get more done in less time. Just a few minutes planning daily will equal success.

Daily Task Organizer

The Daily Task Organizer is basically a well organized, goal-oriented daily to-do list. The Daily Task Organizer is designed on a half sheet of paper so that each day you can fill it out and take it with you wherever you go. Toss in in your purse, throw it in your pocket, just make sure you have it with you throughout the day to make sure you keep on track.

Each day use one of the Daily Task Organizer Sheets (you can download at the bottom of the post) to get organized. It’s simple to use, and you will be thrilled with how much more you will accomplish each day. My best advice: don’t fill it out in the morning. Rather, take a few minutes each night before you go to bed to utilize the Daily Task Organizer.

There are 3 Simple Steps to make the most of the Daily Task Organizer:

  1. Capture all your tasks in the “Daily Dump” section. Anything and everything you think you need to do, write it down.
  2. Prioritize your “Top 3 Must-Accomplish Tasks”. Take a look at everything you wrote down in the “Daily Dump” and pick out the 3 things  you must get done today.
  3. Schedule your tasks in the “Schedule” section. Make a plan of action as to when throughout the day you can accomplish all the tasks that need to be done.

Use the free printable Daily Task Organizer to help you be more focused & get more done in less time. Just a few minutes planning daily will equal success.

If you want to keep a year’s worth of Daily Task Organizers in one place, I would recommend printing them all out (back to back would save a lot of paper OR have copies made at an office store) and taking them to an office store, such as Staples, and get them bound into a notebook!

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Are there certain things you do every single day and don’t want to write it on the list daily? Before you print out your daily organizer, add the item to the list (you can easily do this in a program like PicMonkey.com) and then print out your lists!

You can print your Daily Task Organizers super cheap like I do. Here’s how.

 

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3 Comments

  1. Wow. You really did a great job coming up with this tracker. Simplicity rules! It’s nice that it’s colorful, too. Since my printer’s on the fritz, I guess a trip to the office supply store is next on my list. Only I’ll have to wait until after I run the errand to put it on my task organizer! LOL!

  2. Heather, this is so “happy looking” .. The colors are happy and I love that you stuck to the basics and created it goal oriented! This link wouldn’t work for me either. Is this sheet also still available?
    Thank you!! Cassy